Barstow Community College
- 2 Year
- BARSTOW, CA
Barstow Community College Reviews
Rating 3.84 out of 5 155 reviews
This school has helped me achieve my goal to become a veterinarian at helping me do courses towards transferring to a 4 year school.
I currently take classes online to accommodate with my job schedule. Im in the military and it helps alot.
The campus I pretty nice and the staff and faculty and very kind and helpful. My first experience in campus was great I was given a tour around the entire campus, and got to learn about the clubs and programs on campus.
I just graduated high school this year and was ready to start my life and BCC gave me all the tools to take that first step. The classes online are different because I’m a hands on learner but the classmates are willing to helps and work with you.
I have been attending Barstow Community College the last year and a half and I have really enjoyed my enrollment.
It's a great community college to study at and very peaceful. Iv chose to go to this community college because they offer great classes. Especially in my major which is welding. They have many classes to learn off of and earn a degree with.
I love the ease of getting into the courses I need. There is no parking to pay for. Because of the small campus size and student population, I am able to see a counselor on almost any day with or without an appointment. The faculty is very supportive and involved in campus affairs.
Barstow College is doing an excellent job of ensuring that student enrollment rises and that they graduate through the helpful resources that the college offers.
Great college with an awesome satellite campus that’s located on ft Irwin. The staff is awesome and the counselors go the extra mile to help the students out.
My experience with Barstow Community College was good. The professor are always open to help you during office hours. I spent most of my time in the tutoring services and the transfer center. Everyone is very friendly and you will definitely succeed in everything you do.
i love the scenery. beautiful mountain views. and you cant beat the sunset and sunrises. love the greenery and the landscaping.
I originally was Chicago, Illinois and I transitioned to this 2 year community College. It was a total environmental change for me. I was used to being amongst a group of people. Barstow Community college is a very quiet campus. There is a seldom amount of people that attend but everyone their is really nice and willing to help students succeed in whatever endeavors they choose. I'm giving this five stars only because of encountering on of the best counselors there Mrs. Rodriguez.
I love the location of the school and that the campus is well-kept. The professors are nice for the most part and the campus is not too full. It's a really comfortable school to attend to reach your academic goals.
Barstow community college was the beat choice I could make. I hace been getting help with classes, getting school supplies, doing workshops that help me with my experiences, and the teacher and staff are very respectful, helpful, and are an amazing role model.
My experience at this college has many ups and few downs. Good faculty in the main office and teachers in the rooms are well taught in their subjects they teach. One thing I do have to say is some of their teachers do not know what it is like to deal with ADD/ADHD/Any other mental issue a student could have. For instance I have ADHD and my teacher for becoming a matter student told me that my ADHD is just an excuse. Sadly enough ADHD is the difference between learning what needs to be learned versus looking dead at the teacher, not hear a word said and thinking about everything under the sun except what's being taught
Actually have the classes that are part of a certification program or required classes for the major be available to attend.
It is a very small community but the teachers are very nice and motivating. I actually took summer classes and they were good reasonable homework. I later moved on to fall then spring. I have joined their theater clubs and honor society and it is a bit hard to get students motivated and join clubs but that is what makes the clubs even more reason to have them. It is to recruit others and get them involved in school. They have great teachers and several programs that help students with books and meal cards. Like EOPS, Calworks, CARE, and the YESS program, they also have a program for incoming high school students named Barstow promise. Promising kids their first year is free. They have something called a food pantry where students can come in and fill up a bag of food like rice cereal peanut butter.